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surprised te'o's fellow students at notre dame. they're demanding an explanation. craig wallace live at notre dame in south bend, indiana. craig, what are the students saying tonight? >> boy, they are saying they really want to hear from manti te'o and want to know what really happened here. this is' so much speculation on this campus as well as across the country, greta. people just don't know what to believe. some are cynical saying he had to know and others saying, he's such a good kid, he just got duped. they just don't know what to believe. some say they're having a hard time wrapping their mind around what really happened and how did this whole hoax could have gone on. >> notre dame their official statement, said he they got the information the day after christmas and found out about the hoax, but they seemed to be behind him and believe his version of the events. >> yeah, you know, he found out on the 6th when he got that phone call from the voice of the woman that he thought was his girlfriend, saying i'm not dead. and then it was a couple of weeks until he actually told othe
's happening here in the u.s., but it is even more acute issue in poor countries around the world. so craig, you've got the microphone in hand so why don't you answer first and then hands the microphone to margareta. >> i think the challenge is, particularly as you see what's going on right now with the funding for sandy, a used to be the assumption of the united states is a big disaster happened it was always easy to get money after the fact. it was almost impossible to get money prior to event occurring. that's not the case anymore. even getting money after a disaster, given the current budget climate is extremely difficult. so i think, again, it comes back to the preponderance of these decisions over time are made at the local level. yet almost everything we're targeting is a national policy. the united states federal policy doesn't dictate a lot of it. we basically use incentives and disincentives through taxes and great fun. but we're real decisions get made is at the local level. what i'm trying to get our flood insurance folks to look at is we've got to quit selling mitigation as a g
for skyfall. we saw you give daniel craig a high five. >> he's so nice. >> reporter: and jessica chase tan and "homeland's" claire danes. >> how wias it? >> it was amazing. >> reporter: including hbo's show that took home vel bigs comedy and was the life of the backstage party. lena dunham bunny-hopped over to us after the win. >> we love our jobs so much. >> we can't believe this is happening to us. >> reporter: fey and poehler killing. >> just enough of dirty, naughty zblabs there to make it spicy. >> reporter: julianne moore thanked fey and katie couric. cool to be thanked by you. >> i did my research. the thing about tina and katie. >> reporter: it was great night to be a new mom. does that change the way you see life and situations like this now that you're a mom? >> i'm a bit more ambition. legacy. it's my first role, isn't it, being a mum? >> reporter: jessica chastain's dade? her grandma. >> i'm so proud. >> reporter: all in all, star-studded girl's night out. it's good to be a girl. >> great to be a girl, thank you. >> a really great moment. i just finished speaking with the cast
is the headline of this? guest: 10% of our students are reached the bench to bench mark in a craig -- in mathematics. look at the highest performing countries -- half of their eighth graders are at the international advanced benchmark. even though our eighth graders, the percentage of high- performance students is well below the very best. host: we see the asian students with many numbers performing at the advanced a level. guest: there is a national movement to put a craters into high school mathematics. that is like algebra and above. you can reuse -- read to this data two ways. there is a need to give them more advanced math but a pessimistic view might be that we are placing a lot of kids in advanced math who are not prepared for it. if our eight craters are performing at this level and have only 7% performing at this level, we don't have a region where naturally prepared for a high-school geometry or mathematics class. host: tell us about your interpretation of the science performance. guest: what is jumping out is look at the #two system. the second highest, the system with t
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